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lavado de dinero. >> más del 80% de la cocaina tranportada vía marina, en el ismo de panama en el caribe, siguen deportando en operacion martillo, continua la caceria de contrabandistas. >> estamos cerca de las costas de panamá y colombia, un avión sobrevuela la zona buscando narcotraficantes. pilotos bomberos y mecanicos revisan la pista para que no se entorpezcan las operaciones de vuelo, un sea hawk se eleva majestuosamente sobre el usnicholas. >> van por la fragata en movimiento, ahora bien imaginese hacer esto en la plena oscuridad sin usar luces. >> la marina de los estados unidos es una de las unicas que hace estas maniobra en la noche. >> este piloto hispano hace estas maniobras de noche, >> poca percepcion, solamente por la luna y las estrellas, pero tenemos sensores y mucha tecnologia. >> usted tiene que nir y aterrizar acá. >> es lo difícil, pero tenemos mucho entrenamiento. >> estas son imágenes de película, lo que llaman en la marina, para que la fragata funcione hay que mantenerla continuamente lijando áreas oxidadas para pintarlas después. >> todo lo que pasa tras
, bain and co-people. there are also these kind of mysterious, you know, there's a geneva trustee, panama corporations. there are trusts. these are, for any tax authority around the world, these are big red flags. camp panama, i describe in the article, a u.s. customs official calling it one of the filthiest money laundering sinks in the world. this is not -- we're not talking here about u.s. investors breaking u.s. tax -- we are talking about foreigners cloaking their money in these offshore structures and the money coming in. and that just raises an awful lot of questions. you know, did those investors break their own country tax laws? are they committing tax evasion in those countries? el salvador was certainly one of the countries where a lot of those investors were coming from. you know, that was a country torn apart by class warfare and military conflict. you know, this kind of thing about tax evasion can, you know, is sort of a symptom of the kind of impunity of the elite of these countries. it raises a very sort of nasty set of questions about, you know, was that a vehicle for for
a shell hit their house. dr. yihia rahim is a syrian american pediatrician from panama city, florida. he volunteers at the refugee camps here and he told us that many children have been traumatized. >> where is my house. where is my room, where is my toys. where is my freedom where. is my backyard where is my garden. all of it gone. so they cannot understand it. >> reporter: but those who make it to turkey are the lucky ones. more than 1400 children have been killed inside syria. many more have been maimed. and a united nations report says boys as young as ten have been detained and tortured. in an apartment near the syrian border we met this grl. she told us that she is 12 years old but when we asked what had happened to her she couldn't speak. tears streamed from her eyes. her uncle told us her home was hit by a shell killing her pregnant mother and two siblings. tee was afraid to show his face. the children in syria suffer so much, he said. every day they are being killed or injured. dr. rahim said it was this stark reality that moved him to come to the camp. >> i feel i have to do my
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